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Funding Alert: Diverse City Fund

The Diverse City Fund was initiated in 2010 by a number of volunteer community activists and donors to support projects in communities of color in the District of Columbia. They are led by an all-volunteer Board of Instigators. The fund is open for applications of up to $5,000 (due October 2) to support projects led by people of colors including: Coalitions/Alliances, Mobilization, Organizing and Advocacy and Healing, Inspiration, and Liberation projects.

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Funding Alert: Felipe Floresca "High Road" Fellowship Program - Due Aug 4

The Felipe Floresca Fellowship Program provides a 12-month [September 2019-August 2020] experiential learning program in implementing sustainable energy, water and food projects that include and benefit low-income and communities of color. The program provides a $50,000 annual stipend plus benefits.  Placements are available for projects in one of the following ECC Sites: Washington D.C., Oakland, San Francisco, and Seattle. Applications are due August 4.

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Funding Alert: Partners for Places - Due July 30

The Funders' Network (TFN), in partnership with the Urban Sustainability Directors Network, has announced the opening of Round 15 of the Partners for Places grant program. The grant program will provide partnership investments between $25,000 and $75,000 for one year projects, or $50,000 and $100,000 for two year projects, with a 1:1 match required by one or more local foundations.

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Funding available for DMV-based community groups to engage families of color in national parks and public space.

The Children & Nature Network (CNN) is a movement to increase equitable access to nature so that children and natural places can thrive.​ ​CNN is launching a new “Family Nature Club” program in which a community leader coordinates family outings in nearby parks and natural areas, exposing families to experiences they might not have had, and places they might not otherwise visit. CNN is offering community-based organizations in the Washington Metropolitan Area stipends, technical assistance, training on promising practices, and peer learning opportunities to implement this program.

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